How to watch the 2023 TDF on TV

The Tour de France is broadcast live in 190 countries around the world so no matter where you are located you should be able to find somewhere to watch the 2023 race. If you are away from home in a different country and need to see who is broadcasting the event you have come to the right place. Below is a list of TV stations and streaming services that are the official broadcast partners of the 2023 Tour de France. Many of the traditional networks will offer a streaming service in addition to regular TV.

Streaming services will not necessarily work in every single country due to rights restrictions and geo-blocking so make sure you check before signing up. If you are away from your usual country of residence you may find your streaming service no longer works so double-check before you leave. A good VPN can come in handy here.

All the networks and services listed here are official partners of Le Tour de France and are authorized by ASO to broadcast the race. You can find the list on the 2023 Tour de France website under Broadcasters.

Where to watch the race

All the TV networks and streaming services listed below will be broadcasting the 2023 Tour de France. Check directly with the network to determine broadcast times.


  • Belgium – RTBF
  • Czech Republic – Ceska Televise
  • Denmark – TV2
  • Europe – Eurosport
  • France – France TV Sport & Eurosport France
  • Germany – ARD
  • Italy – RAI Sport
  • Ireland – TG4
  • Luxembourg – RTL
  • The Netherlands – NOS
  • Norway – TV2
  • Portugal – RTP
  • Slovakia – RTVS
  • Slovenia – TRV SLO
  • Spain – RTVE
  • Switzerland – SRG SSR
  • The United Kingdom – ITV
  • Wales – S4C


  • Canada – Flobikes
  • Columbia – Caracol TV
  • Ecuador – Telemazonas
  • Latin America and Caribbean – ESPN & Directv
  • Salvador – TCS
  • South America – TV5 Monde
  • The United States of America – NBC Sports & TV5 Monde

Asia Pacific

  • Australia – SBS
  • China – CCTV and Zhibo TV
  • Indonesia – Transvision
  • Japan – J Sports
  • New Zealand – Sky Sports
  • Southeast Asia – Eurosport & GCN

Middle East and Africa

  • The Middle East and North Africa – BeIN Sports and TV5 Monde
  • Sub-Saharan Africa – Supersport and TV5 Monde

More information about the 2023 Tour de France

We have more information about the 2023 Tour de France available on our website. Head over to our main Tour de France page to see our 2023 Tour de France guide, 2023 Mountain stages guide as well as tips on watching the race in person.